Elevate your dessert game with the tantalizing delight of Mango Burfi. This exquisite treat marries the tropical essence of ripe mangoes with the comforting creaminess of coconut, resulting in a heavenly confection that is both satisfying and refreshing. With a touch of aromatic cardamom, this dessert transcends ordinary sweetness. Imagine biting into a piece of velvety mango goodness that melts in your mouth, leaving you craving more.
Mango Burfi is a sensory journey that captures the essence of summer in every bite. The velvety mango pulp is gently simmered, mingling harmoniously with milk powder, grated coconut, and the right amount of sweetness from sugar. A dash of ghee adds a rich, silky texture that perfectly complements the tropical flavours. As the mixture thickens and rises, the aroma of cardamom wafts through the air, enhancing the overall experience.
Serve Mango Burfi as an exquisite standalone treat or alongside classic Indian desserts like Gulab Jamun or a scoop of creamy Kulfi. Its versatile nature makes it a star at gatherings, festive celebrations, or a simple indulgence on lazy afternoons.
- 2 cups Mango Pulp (not too thick, you can add a little water)
- 1 cup Milk Powder
- 1/4 cup Ghee
- 1 cup Grated Coconut
- 4 cups Sugar
- 2 tsp Cardamom Powder
- Heat mango pulp in a pan over medium flame until it thickens, then remove from heat.
- Mix in milk powder, grated coconut, and sugar until fully dissolved.
- Place back on low flame, stir well, and add ghee.
- Once the mixture doesn't stick to the pan and starts rising, add cardamom powder and switch off the flame.
- Pour into a greased plate, let it cool, and cut into desired shapes before it fully hardens.
- Store in an airtight container, optionally garnish with fried nuts.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How can I enhance the flavour of Mango Burfi?
Elevate the experience by pairing Mango Burfi with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or serving it with a drizzle of saffron-infused syrup for a luxurious touch. If you’re looking for similar treats, explore our recipes for Coconut Ladoo or Pineapple Halwa.
Can I use canned mango pulp for this recipe?
Absolutely! Canned mango pulp works perfectly fine and can save you time during preparation. Just ensure it’s not overly thick, and you may need to adjust the sweetness accordingly.
Is Mango Burfi gluten-free?
Yes, Mango Burfi is naturally gluten-free, making it an excellent choice for individuals with gluten sensitivities or celiac disease. Enjoy its delectable flavours without any worries.